Cold War by Images are designed to explain key events of the Cold War through images or diagrams. They were originally designed with low ability in mind, but have proven to be effective with any kinesthetic learners. They are great as a topic place mat, poster revision tool.
This one in the series is on the Hungarian Uprising 1956 and Czechoslovakia in 1968, 'Prague Spring'. It clearly shows the differences between the two to help students remember the key facts visually.